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            Employment Law Update Conference

            Join us at our employment conference for a full update on the latest employment law developments.

            With Brexit, a newly elected Government and a number of proposals announced in the Queen's speech to be introduced through an Employment Bill, 2020 promises to be an eventful year.

            Date
            18 March 2020 08:30
            to
            28 April 2020 10:30

            Locations
            Various UK Locations

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            08:30 - 09:00: Registration and refreshments
            09:00 - 10:30: Employment law update and questions

            Join us at one of our offices across the UK:

            Liverpool - Wednesday 18th March

            Manchester - Tuesday 24th March

            Birmingham - Thursday 26 March

            London - Tuesday 28 April

            The conference will focus on the commercial implications of the latest employment law changes, including a legislation update and a summary of the key cases before the courts and tribunals. From a discrimination roundup, including the parameters of philosophical belief, to whether workers are protected by TUPE, we will provide a practical outline of employers' obligations under the new law.
             
            The conference will conclude with a horizon scanning overview of what the future might hold for employment law, including the implications of Brexit on your labour supply and insight into the Government's agenda on sexual harassment in the workplace.
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